Items related to the Mother House, school, and Sisters in Namur, Belgium.
Book by Sister Marie Francine Vanderperre on the history of the First House in Namur. Covers the time period of 7 July 1807-6 December 1808.
View of the garden and pathway in the backyard of the first house in Namur.
Floor boards of the first house in Namur.
Entrance to the first house of the Sisters in Namur.
Exterior view of the first house of the Sisters in Namur.
An inscription identifying the first house of the Sisters in Namur.
An exterior view of St Aubain Cathedral in Namur.
A plaque celebrating the 250th anniversary of St Julie's birth located in the Cathedral of Namur.
Stained glass window of St Julie in the public chapel in Namur.
Statue of St Julie viewed from the interior of the public chapel in Namur.
Statue of St Julie viewed from the exterior of the public chapel in Namur.
Public entrance to the chapel.
Interior destruction of the church in Namur due to the bombings during World War II.
Three photos showing the effects of bombing on the city of Namur during World War II.
View of the city and buildings after being bombed in World War II.
Photograph of the after-effects of the bombings in Namur during World War II.
Photograph of the ruins to the buildings of the Mother House and surrounding buildings from bombings in World War II.
A view of the front doors at St Bernard in Namur.
Old map of the city of Namur.
Statue of St Julie with a student located in the chapel in Namur.